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    Need help creating a Venn Diagram

    I need help creating the Venn Diagram for:

    Xcompliment intersect Y intersect Zcompliment

    Please, show step by step how you achieve this
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    Here is the graphic.
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    Thanks for the graphic!

    But, can you please explain how you got to this? I am still confused.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmartin1215 View Post
    Thanks for the graphic!

    But, can you please explain how you got to this? I am still confused.
    That is your job!
    NO, I will not no simply hand you the answer.
    This is your problem. It is meant to teach you something.
    My giving you the step by step answer teaches you nothing.
    Please reply with some understanding of the solution.
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    I apologize for my question. I asked for the steps on how you do these because I am not sure.

    But, here is what I think I know:

    I did this first:

    X' intersect (Y intersect Z')

    I then did the VD for X' which is just the X circle and everything else shaded

    Then I did the VD for Y which is the Y circle shaded and everything else not shaded

    Then I did the VD for Z' which is just the Z circle and everything else shaded


    Now with the parentheses, I did a VD for (Y intersect Z') which I think is the Y ciecle shaded and not shaded where it intersects with Z'

    So, for X' intersect (Y intersect Z'), I think I still have the Y mostly shaded, and not shaded where Z' intersect Y....but when we have this, X' intersect (Y intersect Z'), we just unshade the part of Y that intersects X'? This is still fuzzy to me

    Is the way I approached this ok? Or, is there abetter way to approach these problems? That is what I asked what steps you took.
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